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  1. I would like to be able to decide which border colors to use for both margins and bleeds. For instance, it would be nice to be able to have an orange border color for bleeds and a nice greyish border color for margins. Possible?
  2. Nowhere found the setting to adjust the colour for the bleed line, which is bearly visible or not visible depending on the colour of the workspace. At first I thought the line is not there at all, but finally found it - see attached image. Why not make it red, green or blue? Is there any reason, why the bleed cannot be enabled, when you create a new document? Opening the document setup after creating a new document is an extra step.
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